...The company is in trouble. They've lost major contracts and profit centers. Civilian nitche markets won't save them. A line of plastic carry pistols would help. I may speak blasphemy but when reality and blasphemy collide call me Gallileo.
We have a winner. They'll never make it. Who actually owns the name & trademark? I had always heard that the state of CT owns those now having won them as part of the strike negotiations in '86 - '90. If so, the name will die in CT as well as the company. However, countless other big names went teats up, e.g., Sharps, Hopkins & Allen, Iver Johnson, etc., etc. All good things must come to an end.